Top Posts of the Week
- A Guide to Social Media Image Sizes in 2020
- How to move a brick and mortar shop to WordPress with WooCommerce
- Facebook ships an experimental app for couples
- Time Blocking 101: How to Protect Your Most Important Time
What We Learned
Monday: ProBlogger showed us tricks to boosting blog engagement. This entails being the community you want to create, setting up an autoresponder, and creating engaging content.
Tuesday: Flywheel taught us how to move a physical store online with Woocommerce. It’s a killer plugin for WordPress that powers 28% of e-commerce sites and it’ll have you up and running in no time.
Wednesday: Woven gave some tips on taking ownership of your time. Here’s the recap:
- Make Your Priorities
- Use Templates for Everything
- Protect Your Time With Public Link Availability Settings
- Review Your Time
Thursday: We summarized a post from UnboundB2B about how intent-driven campaigns can generate top-of-funnel leads. Important types of intent data include individual activity, behavioral data, using context (which you’ll find more of here), and surge data.
Join the Community
- Can ya help Ben out? – “Anyone who deals with food-based content has any experience of optimizing for Yummly? Whenever I create new content and share, it varies on whether it shares an image or not”
- Christina is looking for some advice, “So…my nonprofit jumped on the TikTok bandwagon today! Are any of you managing a TikTok account and can provide some suggestions for getting people engaged with our page? We are training service dogs for wounded veterans.”
- Hannah wants to know, “Teams users! What add-on tabs have you found that works the best for storyboarding and project planning?”
- Fred has a question for you, “When it comes to organic traffic. What is your biggest problem, struggle or question?“
- Honey Simple Syrup
- Orange Juice
- Lemon Juice
- Combine honey simple syrup, gin, lemon juice and orange juice in a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
- Shake vigorously and strain into a cocktail glass.
Recipe from Platings + Pairings
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“Inspiration does not always precede the act of writing; it often follows it.”
Who said it? – “We need to stop interrupting what people are interested in and be what people are interested in.”